tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC November 9, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PST
[ cheers and applause ] >> jay: there you go! lord huron, nice job, guys. thank you, gentlemen. thank you, folks. thanks, you guys. i want to thank my guests, sally field and michael kosta and of course, lord huron. tomorrow night, meredith vieira will join us. but, "jimmy fallon" is next! jimmy! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, thank you very much. that's what i'm talking about right there. that is a great crowd. welcome, everybody. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. i appreciate it. here's what people are talking about.
it has been two days, and florida still hasn't finished counting all the votes from tuesday night's election. of course, it's gonna be weird when they're finally done. they're, like, "the winner is -- al gore?" [ laughter ] "i don't know. we don't know." this is sweet, though. president obama's photo of him hugging michelle has become the most retweeted photo of all time. take a look at this photo. aw. [ audience aws ] and if you're wondering what the least retweeted photo of all time is, well, here you go. [ laughter ] it's karl rove. karl rove on the beach. >> steve: rove in hand. >> jimmy: karl rove on the beach. that's my favorite shot when i go out to a bar. >> steve: rove on the beach? >> jimmy: karl rove on the beach, yep. [ laughter ] this is a little embarrassing. on tuesday night, mitt romney's staff briefly published his victory website by mistake. yeah, republicans called it an embarrassing error, while
big bird called it "the scariest two minutes of my life." [ laughter ] listen to this. after the election, there are now a record number of latinos in congress, which has a lot more americans talking about immigration reform. americans seem to be in favor of it, while immigrants are still on the fence. [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ this isn't good, you guys. if congress does nothing, the u.s. could go off a so-called fiscal cliff that could cause another worldwide financial collapse like the one in 2008. congress had a lot of questions about this scenario, like, "what do you mean if we do nothing?" [ laughter ] it's pretty scary. and i don't even really know what a fiscal cliff is, but luckily, we have someone who can make it easier to understand. here to explain it is fiscal cliff huxtable. >> the fiscal cliff is a conundrum that the u.s. government will face at the end
of 2012. the pudding in the -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i still don't -- i still don't know. guys, we've got a big show. we have "twilight" star robert pattinson on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] calm down, ladies, or i will show that picture of karl rove one more time. [ laughter ] i'm threatening. everybody's really excited that robert pattinson is here. in fact, backstage, i asked him to sign a "twilight" poster for my niece. and her name is jimmy. [ laughter ] isn't that weird? [ applause ] and, finally, google just launched a new service called free zone that will help millions of people in developing countries get internet access. not to be confused with that other internet free zone -- when your neighbor forgets to put his password on his wi-fi. we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have a fun show tonight. like i said, he is a great guy. he is one of the stars of the monster "twilight" franchise. robert pattinson is back on the program this evening. [ cheers and applause ] plus, she is a country music superstar. i can't even -- what a hot show tonight's show is. you guys are lucky to see this show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] this is one of my all-time favorites. we're going to talk to, and she is going to perform. carrie underwood is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] it's unbelievable. [ applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: hey, guys, it's time for "late night hashtags." here we go! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hashtags hashtags hashtags hashtags hashtags ♪ >> jimmy: these are lists on twitter where we give you the topic and you send in the tweets. so i went on twitter and started a hashtag called #igotcaught. and i asked you guys at home to tweet out a time that you got
caught doing something funny, weird or embarrassing. we got thousands of tweets. in fact, within a half hour, it was a trending topic in the united states, which is awesome. so, thank you for those tweets. i appreciate it. [ applause ] and i thought i'd share some of my favorite #igotcaught tweets from you guys. here we go. this one's -- this first one's from @carolinam. she says, "i was 10 and my mom walked in on me practicing kissing with my mickey mouse-shaped piggy bank." >> steve: aw. >> jimmy: "mom! can i have some privacy." >> steve: how cute. >> jimmy: this one's from @abeel17cullen. she says, "i was going to look up my crush on facebook, but instead of typing his name in the search bar, i made it my status." [ laughter ] bummer. >> steve: oh, that'd be awful. >> jimmy: awful, just awful. this one's from @corinnakahn. she says, "i told my friends i had to leave the bar early to meet a guy. 20 minutes later, they found me eating a big mac, alone." [ laughter ]
was his name ronald mcdonald? >> steve: why am i crying? >> jimmy: this one from @tslashb. he says, "one night my parents caught me trying to sneak out of the house. i told them i was sleepwalking. they bought it, but they made me go to sleep therapy." [ laughter ] he almost got away. this one's from @kalibsumter. he says, "the guy at the taco bell read my order back to me. i accidentally said, 'thanks, i love you.'" [ laughter ] "there was a long pause before he said, 'uh, i love you too?'" here are your chalupas. >> steve: yeah, and some special sauce. [ crowd groans ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: isn't that cool? from @dannybreakdown.
he says, "one time i played ringo's drum solo from 'abbey road' on my belly. later i discovered my co-workers watching the security camera footage." "watch this part here where he -- oh, hey, 'sup?" this one's from @beccaryden. she says, "i was at a coffee shop and i thought a tray of brownie bites were samples. turns out they were $1 each. i had eaten 12 of them." [ laughter ] who eats 12 brownies? >> steve: oh, my god. you might as well go for 13. go for the baker's dozen. >> jimmy: yeah, go for the baker's doz, man. this one's is from @ldsracer. he says, "i put a bean in my ear to pretend i had a secret spy device. it got stuck and i got caught trying to vacuum it out." [ laughter ] i hate when that happens. he put a bean in his ear. this last one's from @grantmaginnis. he says, "a friend of mine saw that i had listened to 'call me maybe' 259 times on spotify. i am a 26-year old married man." [ laughter ] there you have it. those are tonight's "late night hashtags." [ cheers and applause ]
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taylor lautner in "the twilight saga: breaking dawn part ii." the final episode of the hugely successful franchise. that movie hits theaters next friday, november 16th. please welcome back to the show a talented actor and a good man. here's robert pattinson, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: robert pattinson, welcome -- >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: -- to our show, my friend. we love you here at the show. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: yeah. you're a musician yourself? are you a carrie underwood fan? >> i am. i'm an even bigger fan now that i just met her as well. >> jimmy: yeah. she's very cool, right? are you a country fan? >> yes. >> jimmy: you do? >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you ever been to nashville? >> briefly. >> jimmy: it's a fantastic place. >> it's -- i mean, for the hour i was there, it seemed very lovely. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you only went there for one hour? why?
>> uh -- i don't know. i can't really -- >> jimmy: how do you just end up in nashville for an hour? >> i think it was nashville. >> jimmy: i got to hang out with you more. that's pretty fun, yeah. >> yeah, no. i think i was there and i just -- i bought a couple of little instruments and that was that. >> jimmy: yeah, oh -- did you go to gruhn -- >> gruhn's. >> jimmy: gruhn's guitar shop? >> is it gruhn's? >> jimmy: yeah, gruhn's. yeah. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: it's amazing. it's like three floors. >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, it's -- that's gruhn's. >> and i went to -- i went to the special room upstairs. >> jimmy: yeah, the special room upstairs. they lie to you. they just do it all to all celebrities. [ laughter ] the special -- the more expensive room upstairs. like, you don't want any of this crap. yeah, you want to come up to the special room, it's the same stuff. >> there was a guy there in a baseball cap and he was just playing guitars and he was like, kind of, one of those guitar shop people who just seem really impressive and -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> and -- but he just kind of seemed like a normal guy, and he was really sweet. and every guitar i picked up -- and i'm sitting there playing my g and c and that's about all i can manage. >> jimmy: yeah -- two good chords right there, yeah. >> and then every single time i touched a guitar, they were like do you want this guy, what was
his name, he was like the most famous country guitarist, brad paisley. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're like, hey, do you want brad to just play it? and i was like, well -- i mean, i just thought he was a guy who worked there. i had no -- [ laughter ] i had no idea who it was. >> jimmy: you had -- yeah. he was like -- yeah. he's wearing a baseball hat and it was brad paisley. i don't want this stranger to play the guitar. no, i'm buying it. >> and he was talking about his farm and stuff and he just seemed like a really good guitarist. >> jimmy: that's what happens in nashville, it's a crazy fun place. >> like, i said, i had no idea who he was. i was like, i want brad to play it, this guy who works here because he's really good. >> jimmy: i play c and g. haven't you heard me? look. >> it's about tone man. >> jimmy: brad's like i'm -- you bought little instruments, what does that mean? [ light laughter ] >> um, i bought one thing, i'm not entirely sure what it was. and -- and they're really trying to put me off buying it. >> jimmy: but what was it? they say, don't buy it, it's actually a thermometer. [ laughter ] it's not even -- it's not an instrument. >> no, it's one of those things where you kind of -- you know, you go into a place and you go into the special room and everything's a quarter of a million dollars. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you're just like, well. i mean -- >> jimmy: i'm really looking for something like, a little unusual. >> yeah -- >> jimmy: this is hank williams'
first guitar and you're like, what? why couldn't you hold this? >> or you keep looking at the weirder and weirder stuff until you find something that's just like, kind of, a couple hundred bucks and you're like, what is this thing? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, what exactly is this? yeah. can i play it? >> this is very -- >> jimmy: some mandolin that was in india in three wars. you're a very -- you're a great dramatic actor but i also know you as being a very funny gentleman 'cause i've hung out with you before and we always have a good time. would you ever do a comedy? >> uh, i would like to, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. i think you'd be good in a comedy. [ cheers and applause ] >> i was just thinking -- i would like someone -- i would like -- we were talking about it earlier, i would to mime a comedy and have somebody else do my voice. >> jimmy: no, come on. >> i would like -- that would be amazing. i would love to just be a puppet. >> jimmy: you want -- and just do someone else's voice? >> i wish i could just do it for every single job. i wish i could do it right now. >> jimmy: you can do it right now if you want. you move your lips and just say, "it's great to be here. i'm so excited for the movie." ready? [ as robert's voice ] it's -- it's -- [ laughter ] >> that was not it. yeah.
>> jimmy: want me to go deeper? >> all right. oh, yeah. i want -- do something sexy. >> jimmy: okay, yeah. >> all right. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: [ as robert's voice ] it's great to be here. very excited about the movie. >> i forgot what my lines are. >> jimmy: yeah -- [ laughter and applause ] this is not going to work if we don't do -- >> i can't even do that. >> jimmy: we'll work on it, yeah. we'll do a bit. >> is this live? >> jimmy: i know. of course not. [ light laughter ] i know you're a fan of this movie right here. that's my buddy chris kattan. "corky romano" is a great movie. you love this movie. >> i love that movie. >> jimmy: you -- >> i would say that's one of my top five favorite movies. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and no joke. >> that's the only time i've ever genuinely peed my pants. >> jimmy: really? [ laughter ] >> yeah. thanks and all to your movie. >> jimmy: besides before the show tonight. yeah. >> i was thinking, i forgot that the show, i always sit, kind of, next to you and a desk. >> jimmy: that's right. >> but opposite you, they really wanted to pour this because i really need to pee right now. >> jimmy: stop it. >> and as we're doing the water wars thing -- oh, i don't know if that's supposed to be a surprise. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm ruining everything. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] i wanted to pour it over -- but now i realized that carrie is going to be sitting on this seat so i don't want to get the seat wet. >> jimmy: yeah, no. yeah, no. >> so they won't -- >> jimmy: this will all make sense eventually.
>> i'm just peeing myself very very quietly. >> jimmy: yeah, don't pee yourself. no, please. but this movie -- this movie makes you pee your pants. >> it did. genuinely. like, unstoppable. >> jimmy: what scene. what scene. 'cause i've seen this probably -- probably 100 times. >> i've seen it so many times. i recommend it to everybody. it's one of -- it's a genuine classic movie. >> jimmy: so would you be in "corky romano ii?" >> i want to -- i want to -- i just want to be in it again. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. have a rerelease with a scene of you in it. >> superimposed. >> jimmy: yeah. maybe you could do it as this character. i saw you in "men's vogue." who's this guy? [ cheers ] [ cheers ] now, we can never go to a bar with you dressed like that. [ laughter ] >> why not. >> jimmy: if i had said, this is my friend robert. and you just -- 'cause it feel like you came from space or something. >> it's very -- it's very threatening. >> jimmy: very threatening. kicks the door open. uh, no. you're a stud. we know that. i just wanted to show those things. [ cheers ] >> i had -- there were some other photos from this shoot where i had this pair of leather pants on. they were, like, skin tight leather pants. and i'd be like -- >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers ] >> and i couldn't set that.
i mean, i first put them on and i'm kind of very self-conscious about clothing sometimes. a little bit like a, kind of, 45 year old divorcee from, kind of, i don't know. >> jimmy: you're like, this is so lame. i don't know why i'm wearing these skin tight leather pants. >> i know. but then they took the pictures after. i was like, [ bleep ] damn. i kind of -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> and then they didn't publish them. and they published the -- >> jimmy: the other one. >> the nipple armory. >> jimmy: yeah, the nipple armory, which was very good. i love this character. he's just one of my favorites. there he is. we got to talk about "twilight." i'm going to say it. "the twilight saga: breaking dawn part ii." >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: yeah, in 3-d. >> i don't know why i keep looking over here. i'm looking for my lines. >> jimmy: yeah, no. you don't have lines. off the top of your head. yeah, you can make it up. but, i saw the movie. it's -- millions of the "twilight" fans out there just cannot wait to see this. it's very, almost heartbreaking because they don't want it to be over. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and it's a little bittersweet isn't it? >> [ sighs ] um -- for them. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no. not for you. i mean, are you like, oh.
you know, it's like, are you done doing it now? is it challenging because now, what are you going to do? you can't -- >> i don't know. >> jimmy: -- be edward. >> i know. i don't know. >> jimmy: you won't be edward anymore. >> i know. i've got to -- i've been doing so many of these interviews on the press tour and they're like, we're never going to see you again. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] no, we're going to definitely see you again. yeah, yeah. not as this character. but i mean, you've finished this movie about a year and a half ago. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: and now doing press for it now is it all coming back to you? like, oh, yeah. i remember doing this and that. >> no. >> jimmy: no, really? >> no. not at all. >> jimmy: you don't know what the movie's about at all? >> no, i -- i didn't know what the last one was about either. [ light laughter ] but no -- this is supposed -- >> jimmy: this is a poster for "twilight." right here and it's -- the whole thing is confusing. "corky romano." >> no, i mean. it's definitely -- i know there's a mechanical baby in it. i know -- >> jimmy: by the way that baby freaked me out. >> it's terrifying. >> jimmy: because at first you don't see that it's a cgi baby. it looks like it's just a normal baby. >> i haven't even seen the movie. i know there was a couple of things they had to -- there was a baby when we were shooting it which had a wig on. which -- like a three week old baby with a wig. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yep. >> that was fun. >> jimmy: yeah, she had a -- she was in half of the film. no, i'm just kidding. [ laughter ]
>> we kept coming to her place and so the baby kept crying. whenever you put a wig on a baby it starts to cry. >> jimmy: they don't enjoy. yeah, no. but they're funny wigs like a mullet and stuff like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's a new baby. but, there's a baby in this movie. it's a devil baby that's your and bella's. yes, you have a vampire baby. >> yeah. >> jimmy: who ages rapidly. but, she does -- the baby does weird things. like, it touches people's faces. >> yeah. that's weird. >> jimmy: it's weird but -- [ laughter ] then i go, that can't be a real baby. >> don't touch. >> jimmy: don't touch. but it was weird. but i was like how do they -- oh, clearly it's a fake baby. what's going on? but like, it was a good move. it was good cgi there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and basically what happens is the old school vampires want to take the baby. and the new school vampires who are, kind of, maybe friends with the wolves, we're not sure. >> mm-hmm. kind of. >> jimmy: they have a battle and they're not sure. they -- i mean, they have a lot of action in this one. >> a lot of death. >> jimmy: yeah, a lot of death and action. yeah, plundering. >> plundering. like, come and plunder america. >> jimmy: yeah, they do. yeah. it's kind of amazing.
we have a clip from the new "twilight" movie. here's the vampire clans deciding to go to war. >> carla and my not let you fight but i will. for the sake of my family, but also for yours. and for the way you want to live. >> the packs will fight. we've never been afraid of vampires. >> we will fight. >> this won't be the first time i've fought a king's rule. >> we'll join you. >> we will stand with you. >> so will we. >> you know that we can gain much. >> let's hope it doesn't come to that. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] that's what i'm talking about right there. now, robert pattinson, i
challenge you to a water war. >> okay. >> jimmy: do you accept? [ cheers and applause ] >> now i can -- >> jimmy: here you go. it's a very fun game. >> now i can pee my pants. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] yes, you can. >> i already just going to do this. >> jimmy: okay, wait. you just leave the set and you peed your pants. just stand up and show everybody. i'll never know if you've peed your pants. let's just stand up and let everyone see that. that's pretty much awesome right there. >> it's not pee. >> jimmy: no, it's not. [ laughter ] well, we don't know what it is. okay, everybody. >> oh, it's very cold. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] >> this is not a good idea. >> jimmy: robert pattinson and i are about to have a water war. it's just like the card game war, but with water. so if you lose a hand you get splashed in the face. we each have five cups of water, the first one to use all his cups on the other guy wins and gets to water cannon the loser.
[ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> they've banded. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. they have banded. and it's annoying me at the face. all right my friend. >> all right. >> jimmy: lot's of ways to get wet but only one way to win. ♪ >> i'm not exactly sure how to win. >> jimmy: all right, ready. you've never played this game? >> i'll just wing it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait -- basically what it is, is we'll say -- we'll do one, two, three and then flip. no, just one. one at a time, here we go. do you trust that this hand is -- >> let's shake 'em up. not shake 'em up. i don't even know what the things called. shuffling. >> jimmy: no, you shake 'em up. >> just shake 'em up. >> jimmy: you're from this country. you're form this world, are you? [ laughter ] no you're not. you're edward. i forgot you're edward still. okay, good. you're not from this world. all right, here we go. ♪ one, two, three flip. oh, how you doing buddy? [ laughter ] [ cheers ] i don't want to do this to you. i'm so sorry. don't be mad at me. >> i asked you -- i need to wake up.
hit me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry. sorry. >> i didn't want to throw -- >> jimmy: ready? here we go. this is good. this is good. all right, ready? >> oh, god. this is just the beginning. >> jimmy: one, two, three, flip. oh. >> is the ace high or low? >> jimmy: ace is high. no, it's not. [ cheers and applause ] you didn't even wait for an answer. didn't even wait for an answer on that one. >> this is going to be really sexy cards. >> jimmy: this is oh, this is so sexy. from one angle it is, yeah. [ laughter ] one, two, three. >> got it! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers ] >> jay: all right. that counts. three left. three to four.
>> this is my favorite talk show in america. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i love you buddy. ready? one, two, three. >> yeah! >> jimmy: no way. this is rigged. i don't understand we just shuffled. we shook them up didn't we. >> all right, i just gotta -- >> jimmy: just go for it. just go for it. just do something good with it. [ laughter ] >> that was pretty basic. >> jimmy: thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> i like the fact -- that's -- that is a -- that's a man chest for you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a manly chest. >> you can see the hairs through your vest. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] so manly. yeah, sorry. here we go. one -- why didn't you wear a see through shirt. one, two, three. i hate this game. [ cheers and applause ] the worst game ever. just get it over with. throw it. throw it. [ cheers and applause ] this could take longer. come on, you deserve it.
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america in support of her latest album, "blown away." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, carrie underwood! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: carrie welcome to our show, you're gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and i'm just a wet, sweaty human being. >> i know, i wasn't invited to the wet t-shirt contest earlier. >> jimmy: well, next time when you come back, we'll work on that. um, r. pats had to go. >> yes. >> jimmy: he had to go dry off. are you a "twilight" fan? >> uh, you know, kind of accidently, to be honest. i was never, like, quite into it, i felt i was a little outside the target demo, you know? >> jimmy: really, yeah. >> yeah. country girl. >> jimmy: didn't think you'd get into it. >> you know, i don't know. but one day, mike was gone on a road trip, my husband, sorry. plays hockey, he was gone on a road trip and i thought, i'm gonna do this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: jump in, man.
>> so i watched one and then i watched another one. >> jimmy: then you -- >> and then i watched another one. >> jimmy: in a row? >> in a row. >> jimmy: the whole day was a "twilight" day. >> yeah, well, i watched three. >> jimmy: oh, my god. that's awesome. >> and then caught -- yeah. >> jimmy: you're ready for this one? >> so now i'm ready for the final installation. >> jimmy: yeah. well, you -- you are on tour, so that's really what you do you ride on buses -- during the day and watch dvds? >> yeah, pretty much. >> jimmy: is it a good thing? yeah. you know what i like about country music concerts is a lot of people bring signs to your concerts? >> yeah. >> jimmy: because i was noticing a lot of footage, i was watching and stuff like, and i -- it's always like -- if it's too complicated that would drive me crazy. >> well, it's hard. things are like i heart carrie, i got that but if things are complicated and i try to read them, i screw up the words to my songs. [ light laughter ] you can't sing one thing and be reading other things. >> jimmy: it's distracting. >> try it. everyone should go home and try it. it is really hard. >> jimmy: yeah. i won't bring anymore signs to your concerts. >> okay. please.
>> jimmy: but they're just -- basically, just -- yeah, it's just my cellphone and my email and my twitter account. this one kid brought a sign i watched where he showed up and he wanted you to be his first kiss. >> yeah. he was like in the third or fourth row, kind of up front and you could just tell he was just a cute, cute harmless kiddo. so i thought, okay, either i'm gonna acknowledge this and obviously, like i said, he was a sweetie. or i'm going to look at this all night. >> jimmy: did he freak out? >> you know, be my first kiss. be my first kiss. like all -- >> jimmy: yeah, and he was singing. yeah. singing your songs. >> -- for, you know, hour 45 minutes i'm going to watch this. >> jimmy: keep singing. be my first kiss. i'm sorry everybody. >> i know. >> jimmy: but then you brought him on stage? >> i did. >> jimmy: and it was so cute? >> yeah, and he -- like, he was. and he's done interviews and stuff afterwards like, talking about it. so it's -- you could tell like, he was such a, such a sweetie. >> jimmy: yeah, but you don't do this for all of your fans? >> no, and i said that. i was like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i just want to stress this to everybody. >> i was like this -- for all you people going to put this on youtube later, this is going to
happen once. and it's not going to happen anymore. >> jimmy: dudes coming up to you now? >> i do, or other signs from, like, 45-year-old dudes. you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> or in meet and greets. and i'm like, i don't think my husband would want me to kiss you. you're not 12. >> jimmy: [ redneck voice ]i want you to be my first kiss, yeah. [ normal voice ] come on, man. [ laughter ] come on. you did your first international shows this summer. >> yeah. >> jimmy: where australia? >> yes. well, i went to australia last year but it was mainly for, like, just meeting people and just saying hi and, you know, just seeing what it was like, 'cause i never been there before. and earlier this summer, we went to london and went to australia and got to do, you know, several dates in australia. >> jimmy: how's the reaction to american country music over there? >> really great. 'cause you know, like, australia, they have, like, keith urban and -- >> jimmy: oh, that's right. yeah sure. >> yeah. that they can claim. so, they are no strangers to it. but everybody was so wonderful. >> jimmy: and they're so in to it? >> yeah. and like, wanting to, after radio visits or tv station
visits, people were, like, outside for pictures and autographs and i just felt very loved. >> jimmy: i like to -- i want to show a picture -- i have a picture of you on your tour bus and it's a very glamorous photo of you. as always. >> okay. yes. >> jimmy: yeah. i would only show glamorous photos of you on our show. there's you. are you mopping or something? what are you doing on your -- this is you on your tour bus. >> i'm -- i'm swiffer. swiffering. >> jimmy: you're swiffering on your bus. someone's gotta clean up, right? >> someone does. >> jimmy: but can you have someone else do it? why does carrie underwood have to do it? >> it -- it's a team. i mean it's -- several people live there. it's like a really small apartment on wheels. >> jimmy: it is? >> and we all have to clean up after ourselves and do the dishes. and i can't handle it if i have wal-mart feet going on. >> jimmy: what -- what you got -- >> sorry. you don't know wal-mart feet? >> jimmy: no. >> it was an oklahoma term i think. >> jimmy: what is that. oh, i'd love to know. >> um, oh, gosh. you know, when there's like naked kids in wal-mart, like in their diaper? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> like running around wal-mart. >> jimmy: yep. [ laughter ] and their feet -- >> their feet are like tar?
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: filthy dirty, yeah. >> there's like, gum on the bottom of your shoes? >> jimmy: there's gum on the bottom of their feet. >> wal-mart. >> jimmy: that's wal-mart feet. very good. i just learned something right now. this is awesome. [ cheers and applause ] >> i mean, i'm here to teach. >> jimmy: thank you for being -- >> you're welcome. >> jimmy: besides "twilight" what things do you watch on the bus? >> um, i mean, we do -- we like "walking dead." that's kind of a thing we like to do. >> jimmy: really? that's good times. >> the thing we record and, it's like it's "walking dead" time on the bus. >> jimmy: and everyone get's to watch the "walking dead." >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you watch "american idol" still? >> yes, i do. definite -- definite supporter of that when it's on. we record and -- of course if there's ever hockey that's gonna happen again, i am -- i watch the hockey. yes. >> jimmy: you got to do it. yeah. hope it happens this year. >> yeah, but we also have -- we have truck stop madness. yes. >> jimmy: i don't know this one either. >> if we stop at a truck stop, and we're all awake, we'll all get off the bus in our, like, pj's and raid the truck stop and try to find the weirdest things
in there you can find -- >> jimmy: like some weird type of jerky or something? >> you can find like crock pots that you plug into your cigarette lighter. oh, yes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's awesome. that's some good chili right there. yeah. >> yep. >> jimmy: making it right. yeah. >> you're driving and you're like, you know -- >> jimmy: wait, i want to do that. we'll do that next time. i'm learning more and more stuff. >> yep. >> jimmy: and i've known you for a while, both of you, this is unbelievable, congratulations on this record right here, you're killing it. but i want to show, before "american idol," we knew each other. >> we did. >> jimmy: and we performed together. and i found some lost footage. >> oh. >> jimmy: yeah. of me and carrie underwood, when we get back. you guys got to check this out. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we're with country music superstar, carrie underwood. here's her new cd right here, "blown away." it's great to see you again. now, we've known each other for a while. a lot of people might not know this, but we were actually a singing duo in the '90s. >> that's right. we were. >> jimmy: yeah, and we were called -- we were called jim carrie. [ laughter ]
it was a little confusing because people thought they were coming to see jim carrey. >> right. >> jimmy: but our music was genius. what we did, we would sing country versions of popular rap songs. we invented a new genre of music called country rap. >> or crap. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: some people abbreviated it. that's true, yeah. c'rap. [ laughter ] but i actually have some footage from one of our shows. would you believe this? >> no. >> jimmy: you got to check this out. ♪ ♪ ♪ straight outta compton a crazy mother-effer named ice cube ♪ ♪ from the gang called fellas with attitude ♪
♪ when i'm in your neighborhood you better duck ♪ ♪ cuz ice cube's crazy as fudge ♪ ♪ and when i come back boy ♪ ♪ i'm comin' straight outta compton ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was a big -- that was a big hit for us. >> that's huge. huge. >> jimmy: people loved it. they kept demanding more music from us. [ laughter ] and so we followed it up -- with another song. we did another song. it was really fun. you got to go check this out.
♪ ♪ ♪ one, two, three and to the four snoop doggy dogg and dr. dre is at the door ♪ ♪ ready to make an entrance so back on up ♪ ♪ it's the capital yes oh yes the fresh n-double-o-p ♪ ♪ d-o-double-g-y d-o-double-g ya see ♪ ♪ ain't nuthin but a "g" thang baby ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and that one, even though some of my words were
garbled, was a bigger hit for us. >> it was huge. >> jimmy: yeah, it was amazing, but it got to be -- it got to be too much, the problem. it got to be too much, and i said to myself, i says to myself, i says -- [ laughter ] i says to myself, "we have to go into hiding for our own safety." but then we reunited a few years later. you guys remember that tv special we did? [ cheers and applause ] it aired on c.m.b.e.t. it's country music black entertainment television. it does not exist anymore. [ laughter ] but, anyways, here's the song. ♪ ♪ ♪ the humpty dance is your chance to do the hump ♪ ♪ the humpty dance is your chance to do the hump ♪
♪ first i limp to the side like my leg was broken ♪ ♪ shakin' and a-twitchin' kinda like i was smokin' ♪ ♪ crazy wack funky people say ya look like m.c. hammer on crack ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ humpty humpty yeah yee-haw ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: aw, well, thank you. it's good to be back. good to be back. yeah. those were the good old days. my thanks to carrie underwood. [ cheers and applause ] pick up her album, "blown away." check her out on tour right now. she will perform when we get back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ so where you living now, will?
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